Tibetan Temple

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Tibetan Temple is one of the most popular places to visit in Varanasi, India. Best recognized for its beautiful view and non-crowdy location, the Tibetan Temple attracts many tourists. You can explore the breath-taking view of Varanasi from this point of interest.

How to reach Tibetan Temple?

To reach, Tibetan Temple, it is also possible to catch a local bus or metro from the nearest station. Frequent travellers suggest carrying a location map to explore the nearby tourist attractions in Varanasi. TripHobo provides you the overall information of Tibetan Temple like its address, phone number, photos, timings, and tickets booking.

Tibetan Temple Tickets Price and When to Get There

The ticket price or pass for visiting Tibetan Temple is given in this page. It may vary depending on the season and crowd. It’s better to check the Tibetan Temple tickets and opening hours in advance to avail the best offer. Whether you’re travelling with your family, friends or backpacking on a solo adventure, this page also provides you an idea of how much time you can typically spend here to experience the view and vibe. Tickets and visiting passes may come with different time slots and TripHobo allows you to book sightseeing and skip the line tours for Tibetan Temple. You can also book the customized day tours for Tibetan Temple from vendors like Get Your Guide, Viator and Musement.

Accommodations and Other Facilities Near Tibetan Temple

On TripHobo, you can find the best hotels to stay near Tibetan Temple in Varanasi. Ranging from budget friendly hostels to 5-star luxury suites and shared Airbnbs, here you can find perfect places to stay near Tibetan Temple. Also, plenty of restaurants and coffee shops are available in the surrounding area. Don’t forget to try local street food and quick bites when you’re there. You may find popular bars and lounges open late night serving best brews in the Varanasi.

Other than this, TripHobo also helps you to find the local information near Tibetan Temple, Varanasi like car parking options, public transportation, internet cafes and hospitals. You can easily check out the details of nearby pharmacies, ATMs and banks with 5-10 minutes of walk. With the help of our tourist map, you can easily locate the shortest route to Tibetan Temple and modes of transportation around.

Know Before Planning a Trip to Tibetan Temple

Tibetan Temple is a must for solo backpackers and active travelers. Before your actual visit to this place, we recommend you plan your Varanasi trip online with our free Varanasi Trip Planner. Here you can create an awesome itinerary with popular points of interests, restaurants and other tourist attractions. We also offer customized Varanasi vacation packages created by real-time travelers and local tour experts which include a visit to Tibetan Temple with an estimated trip budget.

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  • Tibetan Temple Timing: 24-hrs
  • Tibetan Temple Price: Free
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Things to Know Before Visiting Tibetan Temple

  • 3.03% of people who visit Varanasi include Tibetan Temple in their plan

  • 70.97% of people start their Tibetan Temple visit around 08 AM - 09 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Tibetan Temple

Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Tibetan Temple

People normally club together Sarnath and St. Mary’s Church while planning their visit to Tibetan Temple.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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Tibetan Temple, Varanasi Reviews

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  • Oldest Tibetan temple established in India, in 1955, even before Dalai Lama arrived in India. Has giant Buddha statue made of mud. Has many other small statues and other artefacts. It is a beautiful serene place and managed by very compassionate and friendly Lamas.

  • The famous Tibetan temple around 12 KMs away from varanasi, we went inside the temple morning 9 AM, the devotees prayed the God and here you get a peace of mind and we returned around 3 PM. One must visit this site when in Sarnath. This site is highly recommended by me as it gives you peace and tranquility. Meditate in the sanctum sanctorum, pray, light a lamp, take a peaceful stroll and you would feel immensely blessed and refreshed.  This is an authentic monastery made on a very large scale however the authorities need to spruce up the surrounding areas for a smoother visit by tourists. This is a quiet and serene Buddhist monastery in Saranath, about 15 kms away from the noisy and busy Varanasi town. The architecture of this temple is grand, and the painting were simply amazing. Saranath is the place where Buddha is believed to have made his first speech to his disciples after attaining enlightenment. The serenity and ambiance of this place makes you forget the outside world for some time. The statue of Lord Buddha in meditating pose will surely make you feel divine.

  • बनारस शहर से 9 किलोमीटर पर स्थित एक बुद्धिस्ट प्लेस है जो कि सारनाथ के नाम से जाना जाता है यहां देश विदेश से बुद्धिस्ट आते हैं और शिक्षा प्राप्त करते हैं यहां की खास बात यह है की यहां गंदगी के नाम पर एक भी तिनका देखने को नहीं मिलता यहां सफाई और यहां पर मिलने वाली शांति बहुत ही सुकून देती है रुपए के नाम पर ना तो यहां एक रुपए का एक प्रसाद चढ़ता है नाही कोई दान बुद्धिस्ट प्लेस होने के कारण यहां विदेशी लोग ज्यादा आते हैं

  • A peaceful place with great ambience. Prayers are held in the mornings.

  • The building is nothing sensational. And It's a weird because in it the Buddha is hiding behind with half of it can be seen while Dalai Lamas picture sitting in front blockong everything. You can only walk around to the back to see the Buddha in close proximity. Your head would be complaining after 2 seconds.

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